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Teacher Biography

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Mr. Jacob Scott is a first year theatre arts/public speaking teacher from Bronte, TX. He studied Theatre Arts at Angelo State University with a minor in English, and has had experience in acting, directing, stage management, scenic design, playwriting, and One Act Play management at District and Regional competitions. He has national recognition from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival with the production of his new work The Staccato Man that made it's national debut at the Strand Theatre in Bossier City, LA. He also has national acting credits with a few Irene Ryan Scholarship nominations, and a Musical Theatre Initiative nomination. During his studies at Angelo State University, he directed three studio theatre productions, co-directed a main stage production with one of his professors, and has also assisted in the choreography of musical theatre dance numbers in productions such as The Who's Tommy, and My Fair Lady. Not only has he participated in university productions, but he has participated in over ten community theatre productions in San Angelo, TX.  
The world of education has been instilled in him from a young age. His mother has been teaching for over three decades. She is currently at Bronte High School, and many of his teaching methods have been adapted from her teaching procedures. He has experience in One Act Play from both sides. During his One Act Play years from 2006-2010, he has received recognition's for Best Actor, All-Star Cast, and Honorable Mention All-Star Cast. The first production he was ever in, Unexpected Tenderness, advanced all the way to the Regional OAP competition in 2007. Fast forward more than a decade later, and Mr. Scott has actually witnessed the amazing theatre program that is within Ballinger ISD at One Act Play competitions he has worked.  
He is beyond thrilled to be here, and is looking forward to enriching and cultivating an already prestigious theatre program at Ballinger ISD. He encourages his students on a daily basis to remember that they have a voice, and that their characters in the play of life is all determined by how they use that voice.